Announcing election promises is the 'bread-and-butter' of election campaigns, but how can Australian voters sort out the credible announcements from the 'election hype'?
Access to adequate water and sanitation are accepted as normal in most of Australia, but are major problems for many people in developing countries.
New immigrants are filling important needs in regional Australia, bringing skills, innovation and vital labour to the agriculture sector, according to new research.
CSU researchers have identified language that indicates whether or not someone is being genuine or false when they write 'sorry'.
A business researcher has found what drives consumers to punish corporations for ethically questionable business behaviour as part of her PhD studies with CSU's Faculty of Business.
An economist at CSU Dr Brendan Long believes this week's federal budget fails the fairness test for working poor.
The 2016 federal Budget will be delivered on Tuesday 3 May and CSU has experts who can provide commentary and analysis.
The new engineering course at CSU is aiming to change the face of the profession in Australia by seeking more balanced perspectives.
A report into Australian youth homelessness to be launched today reveals more than 41 000 people aged between 15 and 23 seek help from homeless support agencies each year, with rural and regional youth particularly vulnerable. CSU Professor in Finance Adam Steen is one of three principal researchers behind The Cost of Youth Homelessness in Australia.
A leading CSU business and economics academic will be remembered for his generosity of spirit and time for his colleagues and friends at CSU, in Bathurst and around the world.